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82 was built by Pullman in 1919 and assigned to the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe. It became Santa Fe 31 in 1920 and 54 in 1973. It was rebuilt in February 1990 as 1869 "Cyrus K Holliday". It is now plinthed at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Fort Worth headquarters campus.

1014 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1917, #58828, for Imperial Russian State Rys.  It was diverted as USRA 1014.  It was sold as St Louis-San Francisco 1614 in March 1918.

1015 was built by Alco-Schenectady in 1917, #58829, for Russia  but was diverted as USRA 1015.  It was sold as Frisco 1615 in March 1918. It was sold as Eagle Picher Co 1615 in November 1951 and given for display at Altus in November 1967.

1077 was built by Alco-Brooks in February 1918, #58891, for the Imperial Russian State Rys E1187.  It was taken as USRA 1077 and sold as Erie RR 2464, Class J-2.  It was later sold to Minneapolis Northfield & Southern as 505 in September 1935. 

1088 was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1918, #58902, for the Imperial Russian State Rys E1198.  It was taken as USRA 1088 and sold as Wheeling & Lake Erie 1088 in April 1918.  It was resold as Detroit Toledo & Ironton 311 in 1920 and resold as Seaboard Air Line 544 in January 1935. It later went to the Gainesville Midland as 206 and donated to NRHS Atlanta in 1965.  It was sold in 1979 in North Carolina Transportation Museum and was restored as SAL 544.

1089 was built by Alco-Brooks in March 1918, #58903, for Imperial Russian State Rys E1199.  It was diverted by USRA as 1089 and sold as Frisco 1625 in November 1920. It was sold to EP in November 1951 and donated to the Texas State Fair Association in September 1964.  It is displayed at the Age of Steam, Dallas, TX.

1104 was built by Baldwin in December 1917, #47369, for Imperial Russian State Rys.  It was never shipped due to the revolution and became USRA 1104. It was acquired as Atlantic Coast Line 8009, Class O, in 1920 and regauged. It was scrapped on January 31, 1952.

1114 was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47736, for Imperial  Russian State Rys.  It was taken over as USRA 1114 in 1918 and sold as Erie 2428, Class J-2.  It was scrapped in May 1950.

1129 was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47849, for Imperial Russian State Rys.  It was diverted as USRA 1129 and leased as Erie RR 1129.  It was sold as Louisiana Ry & Navigation Co 103 and became Louisiana & Arkansas 103, Class 100, in 1933.  It was scrapped at Shreveport in July 1947.

1139 was built by Baldwin in February 1918, #47899, for Imperial Russian State Rys.  It was diverted as USRA 1139.  It was sold as St Louis & Hannibal RR 22 and resold as Chicago Springfield & St Louis 22 in 1928.  It apparently made one trip but was too heavy.  It was scrapped in 1933.

1147 was built by Baldwin in March 1918, #47953, for Imperial Russian State Rys, but was diverted as USRA 1147.  It was sold as Frisco 1630 in November 1920. It was sold to EP in November 1951 and was restored operational at Illinois Railway Museum as Frisco 1630 in August 1967.

1195 was built by Baldwin in April 1918, #48420, for Russian State Rys, but was diverted by USRA 1195,  It was sold to Southern Ry as 8029 in April 1918. It was transferred as Missouri Kansas & Texas 8029 and sold it to the Fort Smith Subiaco & Rock Island as 101 in 1920.  When St Louis-San Francisco's first 1621 was destroyed in a dynamite blast in the 1920s, they traded 4-6-0 614 to them and replaced the 1621 in 1925. It was sold to EP in November 1951 and donated in July 1961 on display at the Museum of Transportation at Kirkwood, MO.

1199 was built by Baldwin in May 1918, #48522, for Imperial State Rys but was diverted as USRA 1199.  It was sold as Southern Ry 8022 and resold as Frisco 1632 in November 1920. It was sold to EP in November 1951 and was donated in December 1965 to Smoky Hill Railroad Museum in Ottawa, KS. It is now at the Belton Grandview & Kansas City Ry in Belton, MO.

 

 

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